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Cost Of Attendance

The Office of Financial Aid determines your financial aid eligibility by subtracting your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from your Cost of Attendance (COA). The information you report on your FAFSA is used in a formula established by the U.S. Congress, which determines your EFC. The COA that your financial aid package is based upon reflects standard and reasonable costs. 

The following are included in the cost of attendance:

  • Tuition and fees
  • Room and board
  • Books/Supplies
  • Personal expenses
  • Transportation
  • Study Abroad

Concord University does not charge you for these amounts, but they are part of your COA budget to determine your financial aid eligibility.

Dining charges are based upon actual costs of the meal plan, while housing charges vary based upon residence hall assignment. When you live on campus, you will be billed directly for your room and your meal plan. Concord University policy requires all unmarried students (traditional age undergraduates) who have not received prior permission to commute to reside on campus in the University’s residence halls as long as space is available. If you will not plan to reside on campus, you must submit an Off-Campus Exception/Commuter Request Form to the Office of Housing and Residence Life. The COA budget component for housing and meals for students who live with parents or reside in off-campus housing vary according to your personal circumstances. 

Your basic COA also includes allowances for average books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses. In addition, direct loan fees, program fees, or study abroad costs can be added, if required.

Below are 2018-2019 Estimated Average Cost of Attendance Budgets used by the Office of Student Financial Assistance to determine students’ eligibility for student financial.

Tuition Reduction
Out-of-state residents may qualify for one of our Tuition Reduction Programs either by pursuing a qualifying major, residing in a bordering county, or being a child of an educator. West Virginia residents, graduate students and international students do NOT qualify. Tuition Reduction will be applied automatically to their financial aid award; however, on the student's account it will show as "offered".

To be eligible, a student must be a first-time, full-time freshman or transfer student residing on campus, mainntain a 2.0 GPA, and be in good standing with the University's judicial system. Should a student receiving Tuition Reduction move off campus, change to a major not eligible for Tuition Reduction, or not fulfill the criteria of the reduced rate that student will lose Tuition Reduction.

Please note that you must apply for admissions!
Undergraduate Cost of Attendance - In-State
Fee On-Campus Off-Campus W/ Parent
Books & Supplies $1,100 $1,100 $1,100
Tuition & Fees $7,574 $7,574 $7,574
Personal $1,590 $1,590 $1,590
Room & Board $9,100 $9,100 $1,960
Transportation $1,354 $1,354 $1,354
Total $20,718 $20,718 $13,578
Undergraduate Cost of Attendance - Out-of-State
Fee On-Campus Off-Campus W/ Parent
Books & Supplies $1,100 $1,100 $1,100
Tuition & Fees $16,654 $16,654 $16,654
Personal $1,590 $1,590 $1,590
Room & Board $9,100 $9,100 $1,960
Transportation $1,354 $1,354 $1,354
Total $29,798 $29,798 $22,658
Graduate Cost of Attendance (Based on 6 credit hours)
Fee On-Campus Off-Campus
Books & Supplies $1,100 $1,100
Tuition & Fees $5,436 $9,456
Personal $1,590 $1,590
Room & Board $9,100 $9,100
Transportation $1,354 $1,354
Total $18,580 $22,600